Western Region Enterprise Day | WRED
The University of Adelaide, Napier Building
Tuesday 24 September 2013
PRIMARY STUDENTS learn about the fundamental concepts of what it takes to run a social enterprise by interacting with a charity group and making a related product. The primary students will also learn how to market and sell their product.
SECONDARY STUDENTS will have the opportunity to interact with inspiring business entrepreneurs who will talk about their career choice and experiences in establishing their business and how they have gone about achieving success. Activities will provide students with a basic understanding of business practice, marketing and financial management.
HUNGER IS AN ISSUE that not only occurs in third world countries but also exists in our immediate local community. In working together with schools in Western Adelaide, this project aims to raise not only non-perishable food that will be donated to Foodbank SA but also raises awareness about the issue of hunger.
You CAN make a Difference! Secondary and primary students in the western suburbs of Adelaide are challenged to plan, organise and coordinate their own Can Drive while raising awareness about the issues of hunger. [More Info]
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The Western Region Enterprise Day (WRED) is coordinated by
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